Kaziranga National Park Blog
Home to the highest population of great one-horned rhinoceroses, and highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world; the world heritage site and what not, Kaziranga National Park is indeed a must visit on a trip to India. Standing tall along the flood plains of the Brahmaputra River and against the backdrop of Eastern Himalaya, Kaziranga often draws a comparison with Africa for its rich natural bounty and quality of wildlife viewing. An elephant or jeep safari is a must in the park but if that's not what your idea of a perfect vacation, make your way to riotously colorful food markets or go away with the aroma of tea. The region boasts of fascinating secrets that can't unveil in one go.So, If you want a close look at Kaziranga National Park and all what things this captivating jungle is famous for, have a look at some first-hand experiences, written by our travel experts. From food to itinerary to safari information, each and everything aspect of the holiday in Kaziranga is covered in this section.
There doesn't seem to be an end to the number of poaching incidents in India, as Assam’s UNESCO World Heritage Site - Kaziranga faces another loss in the form of one-horned male rhino. The 30-year-old adult male rhino was found dead on Thursday, ...read more
Some good news in store for wildlife enthusiasts as Seattle Woodland Park Zoo is all geared up to open Assam Rhino Reserve on May 5, 2018. This step by the US-based zoo is a way of making people face the harsh reality of wildlife trafficking that...read more
Kaziranga National Park is all set to speed up its highland construction process and finish it off before monsoon with due directions from the Assam Chief Minister. The Chief Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal who paid a visit to the highland construction ...read more
It’s raining good news for the National parks in India, as Kaziranga National Park, elates with joy on the rise in the number of one-horned rhinos. The survey that took place over the duration of two days evaluated that the rhino population has rea...read more
The whole world shed tears on the demise of the only surviving male Northern White Rhino named Sudan at the age of 45. The Northern White Rhino took his last breath at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya where he was being treated for age-related ...read more
Crossing the bar of 100 in this year’s census, the Pobitora National Park in Morigaon district of Assam sees a slight increase in its number of one-horned rhino members. The survey that was last carried out by the State’s Forest Department in 201...read more